Usually, June is the dryest month of the year in Israel, with an average rainfall of 0 mm. This year, everything is different: already for the second time heavy rainfall accompanied by thunderstorm and strong winds occured in various places across the country – among others in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Beer Sheva and Haifa.
More than 4,000 people were injured in yesterday’s devastating explosion at Beirut port, thousands were left without homes. Massive shockwaves destroyed building facades, sucked furniture outside and shattered glass hundreds of meters away from the point of explosion.
Das Handelsbüro mit diplomatischem Status wird in den nächsten zwei Wochen als eine Zweigstelle der ungarischen Botschaft in Tel-Aviv eröffnen.
In May, Guatemala will move its embassy to Jerusalem, two days after the US embassy move. This was announced by President Jimmy Morales on Sunday at the annual AIPAC conference in Washington.
Saturday morning an Iranian drone entered Israeli airspace near the Syrian border. It was shot down by an Israeli Apache helicopter. The IAF started as response to the severe violation of air sovereignty an attack on the Iranian base in Syria that had launched the drone. During the operation, the IAF was shot at by […]
Transportation minister announces plans to build 15-million-shekel train route that will connect the Israeli port in Haifa with Jordan. The planned connection is to be expanded later to Saudi Arabia for a total of 2 billion shekel.
On December 28th – the 10th of Tevet in the Jewish Calendar – a special prayer for rain was held at the Kotel in Jerusalem. These prayers were heard!
Last night, Mike Pence delivered a groundbreaking speech in the Israeli Knesset. His key message: ‘The United States of America stand with Israel and recognize Jerusalem as her capital.’ He explained it with the historic right of the Jewish people to this ancient land.